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August 23 2014

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Bye-Bye, Bling

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If you’re a jewelry addict (and we most certainly are), you might be wondering what to do with yourself now that minimalism has the fashion world in its clutches. Bib necklaces dripping in gems? Nope. Golf-ball-size cocktail rings? Sayonara. But you don’t have to forgo baubles completely. We think this petite ring from Page Sargisson would look particularly fetching with a crisp white-and-khaki ensemble from Celine or Chloé. The matte gold is plenty understated, and the tiny ruby provides just a touch of color. Simply stunning. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Head of the Class: Spring’s Collegiate Look

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Blue Mood

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A brilliant pop of color is a great way to stand out in the crowd. Case in point, Michael Kors‘ vibrant, oversized chronograph. In a sea of metallic and neutral timepieces, this sporty option makes getting the blues look a lot more appealing. And with its unfussy, menswear-influenced style, it’ll pair perfectly with the gym-friendly looks hitting stores this spring. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Rings On Her Fingers

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Cocktail jewelry tends to fall back on the tried-and-true designs—big rocks, simply set—so no wonder that this organic, almost aquatic-looking specimen caught our eye. With its climbing azure beads, it looks like it could’ve been poached from Avatar‘s Pandora. The biggest surprise? It’s YSL, a label better known for more understated chic. No, we take it back. The biggest surprise is its totally affordable price. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Flower Child: Eight Must-Have Boho Pieces

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